Striker Diego Costa will miss Chelsea's next three domestic matches after a Football Association charge of violent conduct was made against him.
Costa denied the charge, relating to an incident involving Laurent Koscielny during Saturday's 2-0 win over Arsenal.
Costa put his hands in Koscielny's face before clashing with Gabriel, who was sent off but had his three-game ban taken away earlier on Tuesday.
In a statement, Chelsea said they were "disappointed" with the verdict.
Costa's ban covers Chelsea's League Cup match at Walsall on Wednesday along with Premier League matches against Newcastle and Southampton.